Script ends at 'printf'

Bob Kleemann rkleeman at
Wed Dec 19 12:24:18 CST 2001

>From what I can see, it looks correct.  Try the changing the double-quotes
into single quotes:  printf('$%4.2f', $price);

If that fixes it, the only explanation I could possibly have is that
somewhere there is a %4 hash being defined.  I somehow doubt it though.
Perhaps the problem is in a line before that.

On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, Ken Loomis wrote:

> I am using a Perl script to print an HTML page that displays an order
> summary.
> It was working fine then suddenly started only generating part of the
> page.
> I've been able to determine that it stops sending the HTML wherever I
> insert the following statement:
>     printf("\$%4.2f",$price);
> I am baffled.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks for any suggestions anyone may have.
> --
> Ken Loomis
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